Inclusiv Town Hall Series: Financial Well-Being for All


Inclusiv Town Hall Series:
Financial Well-Being for All

Join us on Tuesday, June 14 at 2 PM ET!

Inclusiv invites you to our next Town Hall call on Tuesday, June 14, as we introduce the National Credit Union Foundation's (the Foundation) Financial Well-Being for All initiative, a campaign aligned with Inclusiv's core values and our network’s financial empowerment mission.

In this session, you’ll learn about this exciting initiative that The Foundation is leading and understand how it integrates into the impactful financial empowerment work your credit union is already doing. Joining us will be Jim Nussle, President/CEO, Credit Union National Association (CUNA); Gigi Hyland, Executive Director, National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF); and Inclusiv member Tony Budet, CEO, University FCU.



Please send all questions in advance to Jules Epstein-Hebert at jhebert@inclusiv.org before Monday, June 13 at 5 PM ET.

This session is part of the monthly Inclusiv Town Hall webinar series. If you are registered for this series, you'll already have access to the next Town Hall session. Please note that this Town Hall will be at 2 PM instead of its usual 1:15 PM starting time.


Speakers:

Jim Nussle, President/CEO, Credit Union National Association (CUNA)

Jim Nussle was named president and CEO of the Credit Union National Association in September 2014. Nussle, is a former eight-term congressman and director of the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). CUNA is the largest and most influential national financial services trade association advocating for America's credit unions. There are nearly 5,500 credit unions nationwide, with 130 million members and almost $1.5 trillion in assets. Nussle has long admired the grass roots advocacy strength of the credit union movement. In Congress, he witnessed firsthand the enthusiastic advocacy the leaders and members of the nation's nearly 7,000 credit unions have. Nussle served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1991-2007 as a Republican representative from the State of Iowa. From 2001-2006, he served as chairman of the House Budget Committee, a key panel that oversees the federal budget process, including review of all bills and resolutions on the budget. In addition he was a member of the House leadership and served on the Banking and Ways and Means Committees.


Gigi Hyland, Executive Director, National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF)

Ms. Hyland serves as the Executive Director for the National Credit Union Foundation (the Foundation), the philanthropic and social responsibility leader of America's credit union movement. The Foundation raises funds, makes grants, manages programs, and provides education empowering consumers to achieve financial freedom through credit unions. Prior to her work with the Foundation, Ms. Hyland served as a Board member of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), the independent federal agency created by the U.S. Congress to regulate, charter and supervise federal credit unions. With the backing of the full faith and credit of the U.S. Government, NCUA operates and manages the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, insuring the deposits of nearly 94 million account holders in all federal credit unions and the overwhelming majority of state-chartered credit unions. During her seven-year tenure on the NCUA Board, Ms. Hyland spearheaded a number of key initiatives including co-authoring a policy white paper on supplemental capital and a report on credit unions’ outreach to people of modest means. She also directed the translation of NCUA’s consumer facing website, MyCreditUnion.gov, into Spanish. During the financial crisis of 2008-2010, she provided strategic leadership, policy direction and execution of extraordinary initiatives and regulatory changes to respond to the failure of the four largest corporate (wholesale) credit unions.


Tony Budet, CEO, University FCU

Tony C. Budet has served since 2000 as President and Chief Executive Officer of University Federal Credit Union (UFCU), Austin, Texas, a not-for-profit financial cooperative with approximately $5 billion in assets under management serving 350,000 members. He is a seasoned executive, strategist, and innovator who, during his 38-year tenure with UFCU has held several executive-level roles, including Chief Financial Officer, and has successfully guided the organization through a variety of regulatory, economic, and competitive conditions. Tony serves as 2022 Chair of the Credit Union National Association, served as the 2016 Chair of the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, was the recipient of the 2015 Credit Union National Association’s Buck Levins Political Activist award, and was designated the Credit Union Executive Society’s 2014 Outstanding Chief Executive.

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